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Old 09-03-2017, 05:32 PM
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Default OT - who has seen "Experiment in Terror"?

As a SF Giants collector, I'm thinking of buying this movie on DVD. My buddy sent me a screenshot of a Candlestick Park ticket dated August 18, 1961 (my 6th birthday!) vs. the Dodgers. The real game of this day ended with a Ceoeda walkoff HR in the bottom of the 10th

For anyone who has seen it, if there enough baseball action to make it worthwhile? From what my buddy told me, it's real game action with real players.
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Here's link to Wikipedia page on movie:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Experiment_in_Terror
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That's a cool site. Thanks for the link.

I'm still wondering about my original question, though....does any know how much real game action is shown in this movie? I also wonder how many audience shots there are, as I always like looking for memorabilia in the stands.
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So the baseball action is all in the last ten minutes of the film. I re-watched the ending this afternoon.

Game is supposed to be Giants vs. Dodgers on August 18, 1961.

Some of the footage seems to be from a different game.

Players in the last ten minutes include Harvey Kuenn, Don Drysdale, John Roseboro, Mike McCormick, Tommy Davis. The baseball action is a few seconds sprinkled in every minute or so.

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http://imgur.com/a/8iwjF

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So the baseball action is all in the last ten minutes of the film. I re-watched the ending this afternoon.

Game is supposed to be Giants vs. Dodgers on August 18, 1961.

Some of the footage seems to be from a different game.

Players in the last ten minutes include Harvey Kuenn, Don Drysdale, John Roseboro, Mike McCormick, Tommy Davis. The baseball action is a few seconds sprinkled in every minute or so.

HD captures for your enjoyment.

http://imgur.com/a/8iwjF
Thanks very much! Drysdale pitched on 8/18/61 but not McCormick.
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